Published: 14:00, 10 July 2014 |
Updated: 14:37, 10 July 2014
A 14-year-old boy with mental health issues who went missing from his Dover home last night has been found.
Zak McCabe who disappeared at about 10.30pm yesterday was found by two friends at 2pm today.
His worried mother Kim McCabe said she was "very relieved" he was home, but had not yet found out where he had been.
Speaking earlier, Ms McCabe said: "It is completely out of character - he normally returns within three to four hours."
Ms McCabe has been in contact with people she knows to spread the word.
On Facebook, a post alerting people to the missing boy reads: "He is wearing black/blue Adidas bottoms, black/white Adidas zip up jacket."
Police have been notified and the search has been called off.
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